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Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande



Born on June 26, 1993, in Boca Raton, Florida, Ariana Grande-Butera, known professionally as Ariana Grande, is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. Recognized as a pop icon, she has made significant contributions to popular music and is renowned for her remarkable vocal range, including a distinctive four-octave vocal range and signature whistle register. Grande's talent has earned her numerous accolades, including two Grammy Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, and three American Music Awards.

Grande's career began at the young age of 15 when she appeared in the Broadway musical "13" in 2008. She gained widespread recognition for her role as Cat Valentine in the Nickelodeon series "Victorious" (2010–2013) and subsequently signed with Republic Records in 2011. Her debut studio album, "Yours Truly" (2013), showcased her retro-pop and R&B influences, featuring the successful single "The Way."

Continuing her musical journey, Grande released her second album, "My Everything" (2014), which propelled her to international fame with hits like "Problem," "Break Free," and "Bang Bang." She further solidified her success with her third album, "Dangerous Woman" (2016), exploring pop and R&B genres.

Grande's personal struggles influenced her trap-infused fourth and fifth albums, "Sweetener" (2018) and "Thank U, Next" (2019), both receiving critical acclaim and commercial success. The latter broke several streaming records and earned Grande her first Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album. The album's title track and "7 Rings" topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart simultaneously, a historic achievement.

Continuing her musical dominance, Grande released her sixth album, "Positions" (2020), which debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart. Collaborations with artists like Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga further cemented her status as a chart-topping artist. In 2024, she released her seventh album, "Eternal Sunshine," achieving further success with hit singles like "Yes, And?"

Grande's influence extends beyond music, with her active engagement in philanthropy and advocacy for various social justice causes. She has supported organizations promoting mental health awareness, gender equality, and LGBTQ+ rights, using her platform to effect positive change in society.

In addition to her music career, Grande has ventured into business, collaborating with renowned brands and launching successful ventures such as R.E.M. Beauty, a cosmetics brand, and a fragrance line that has achieved remarkable retail sales.

On a personal level, Grande has been candid about her struggles with hypoglycemia, her vegan lifestyle, and her battle with PTSD and anxiety following the Manchester Arena bombing. Despite personal challenges, she remains resilient and continues to inspire millions worldwide.

Grande's relationships have garnered significant media attention, including her marriage to real estate agent Dalton Gomez in 2021, followed by their separation in 2023.

Ariana Grande's impact on the music industry, coupled with her philanthropy and entrepreneurial endeavors, solidifies her status as one of the most influential and successful artists of her generation. Her journey from Broadway to global stardom is a testament to her talent, resilience, and unwavering dedication to her craft.

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